IoT vendors ignore basic security best practices, CITL research finds

By GIXnews


Turning on compile-time security features is easy. So why aren’t more IoT device makers doing so?

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Adding flags for security features when building IoT firmware binaries would dramatically improve the security of IoT devices across the board. Almost no one is doing it, and the problem is getting worse, not better, according to new research from the CITL mass fuzzing project.

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